ZAGREB (Croatia), July 27 (SeeNews) - Croatia's top insurer Croatia Osiguranje Group [ZSE:CROS, CROS2] said on Wednesday its consolidated after-tax profit after minority interests rose 6.3% on the year in the first half of 2022, reaching 221.7 million kuna ($30 million/29.5 million euro).
The overall gross written premiums increased 9.3% to 2.181 billion kuna, Croatia Osiguranje said in an unaudited statement filed to the Zagreb bourse.
Gross written premiums from non-life insurance went up 15.9% on the year to 1.937 billion kuna, whereas premiums from life insurance dropped 24.5% to 244.3 million kuna.
The insurer operates in Croatia, Bosnia, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia.
Croatia Osiguranje's ordinary shares [ZSE:CROS] last traded on the ZSE on June 30, ending flat at 6,600 kuna.
The insurer's preference shares [ZSE:CROS2] last traded on April 1, closing unchanged at 7,100 kuna.
(1 euro = 7.516 Croatian kuna)
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